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- Tunnicliffe, Jasmine M.; Shearer, Jane
- Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 2008 v.33 no.6 pp. 1290-1300
- glucagon-like peptide 1, etc ; antioxidants; blood glucose; brewing; caffeine; chlorogenic acid; decaffeination; developed countries; digestion; digestive system; epidemiological studies; fruits; functional foods; gastric inhibitory polypeptide; gender; geography; glucose; homeostasis; hyperglycemia; insulin resistance; insulin secretion; intestinal microorganisms; mechanism of action; metabolism; noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus; risk reduction; roasting; satiety; temperature; vegetables; Show all 30 Subjects
- ... Epidemiological studies show coffee consumption to be correlated to large risk reductions in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2D). Such correlations are seen with decaffeinated and caffeinated coffee, and occur regardless of gender, method of brewing, or geography. They also exist despite clear evidence showing that caffeine causes acute postprandial hyperglycemia and lower whole-body insulin s ...